While it looks like a premium phone...Pro does have the issue of having a mid-range processor while sporting an expensive price tag... Pro is a good smartphone for those looking for a host of new technologies, such as in-screen fingerprint sensors and face-unlocking...long battery life with fast charging and a beautiful design.
On the whole, we're slightly underwhelmed, but in equal measure, we're very keen to see what Oppo does next. All the signs are they have a contender in them but it isn't this - there are better phones in this price bracket.
It's a close battle between this and the OnePlus 6T, and while Oppo's phone is weaker in some respects, it has a more eye-catching design and a cool ToF camera. Still, for the asking price, there are arguably better options available.
There's no water resistance or special rugged body here, although a transparent silicone case is inside the box. The phone is mid-range, but shouldn't be considered slow or underperforming, meaning two-years of use before it does start to feel outdated is entirely reasonable. However, if you're a demanding owner and want to play the latest games, and use the phone for many hours everyday, it may not suit your needs after a year or so....buy the Xiaomi Mi 9, the Pixel 3a, or the OnePlus 7 instead.
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